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Lehigh Valley Arts On Brownfields

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Lehigh Valley Arts On Brownfields
event date
Thursday, April 19, 2018
event location
Lehigh Valley, PA
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Site Tour and Networking Event
When:
  1. 1:00–1:30 PM Registration
  2. 1:30–4:00 PM Site Tours
  3. 4:00–5:30 PM Workshop
  4. 5:30–7:00 PM Networking
Where:
  1. Bridgeworks Enterprise Center
  2. 905 Harrison St., Allentown, PA

Learn how the Arts are being used to spark brownfield redevelopment in the Lehigh Valley. We will meet at the Bridgeworks Enterprise Center in Allentown and depart via bus for tours of the ArtsQuest SteelStacks facility in Bethlehem, the Easton Silk Mill in Easton, and the Bridgeworks Enterprise Center (former Mack Truck) facility in Allentown. Along the way we will celebrate the successes of these projects and inspire attendees to leverage the Arts to redevelop brownfield sites. The event will include an interactive discussion with the Lehigh Valley Economic Development Commission, the PADEP, the USEPA, NJIT TAB, and others, followed by a networking reception at the Bridgeworks facility.

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2018 PEDA SPRING LEGISLATIVE CONFERENCE

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2018 PEDA Spring Legislative Conference
event date
April 23-25, 2018
event location
Harrisburg, PA
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Pennsylvania Economic Development Association (PEDA) is the primary statewide organization representing economic development professionals and, as such, provides opportunities to share best practices that enhance the professional dialogue and support local, regional, and state economic development initiatives.

Who should attend? Those in attendance are expected to include professionals representing economic and community development at the municipal, county, regional, and state levels as well as workforce development professionals, commercial and industrial developers, business incubator operators, project finance professionals, IDA directors, elected officials, and executives representing utilities and transportation, engineering, and construction.


The 9th Northeast Sustainable Communities Workshop

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The 9th Northeast Sustainable Communities Workshop
event date
Monday, May 23, 2018
event location
Newark, NJ
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The 9th Northeast Sustainable Communities Workshop
New Jersey Institute of Technology in Newark, NJ
Now in its 9th year, the Brownfield Coalition of the Northeast (BCONE) will be hosting the Northeast Sustainable Communities Workshop (NSCW) 2018, at the New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT) in Newark, New Jersey, on May 23, 2018. The conference brings together experts and attendees to discuss the most current and state of the art approaches and strategies that you probably will not hear anywhere else The NSCW's goal is to break new ground, offer new ideas, and posit new concepts on the topics of sustainability, collaboration and leverage, contamination, resiliency, brownfields, technology, and their impact on community revitalization. Our past events have been attended by representatives from government, higher education, professional organizations, and laboratories, as well as attorneys, developers, contractors, and consultants.


Pennsylvania Downtown Center's (PDC) Premier Revitalization Conference

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Pennsylvania Downtown Center's (PDC) Premier Revitalization Conference
event date
June 3–6, 2018
event location
West Chester, PA
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This conference provides attendees with a wide array of educational programming, with sessions that cover revitalization fundamentals, subject-specific strategies, and leadership skills necessary to advance local program efforts.


Interstate Technology & Regulatory Council

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Upcoming Courses & Events

  • ITRC Internet-based Training Classes
  • Registration:ITRC Internet-Based and Classroom Training
  • Cost:Sponsored by ITRC and EPA at no cost for the participant.
  • Associated Guidance:ITRC Documents
  • If you have questions after completing the on-line registration, call us at (402) 201-2419 or send an e-mail to training@itrcweb.org
  • Note: Course dates and times are subject to change.
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Fundamentals Of Economic Development Finance Webcourse

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Fundamentals of Economic Development Finance WebCourse
event date
January 24–25, 2018
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12:00 pm – 5:00 pm Eastern

The Fundamentals of Economic Development Finance WebCourse is the foundation for all CDFA's educational offerings. This course will help you understand the variety of development finance tools available, from bonds, tax credits and TIF, to federal financing programs, RLFs, and access to capital lending resources


Pennsylvania Council Of Professional Geologists

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For more information, go to PCPG courses & events webpage.

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2-Day PG Review Course for the Practicing Geologist & ASBOG Exam Candidate (900 mins.)
days of week
Thursday–Friday
event date
February 1–2, 2018
event facility
Training facility to be announced
event location
Cranberry Twp., PA

The components of this seminar are aligned with the general subject areas contained in the ASBOG Geologist Examinations. However, the course is not intended as a sole-source for your test preparation. It is instead a proven resource and guide for your further preparation efforts. As such, the course provides a concentrated review and a general refresher for the practicing, Professional Geologist. During this seminar about one hour is devoted to review a full-semester, college course. Day Two will include access to material about ASBOG and the examinations, including test blueprints that are in the public domain.

The seminar is not intended as a "How to take the Test" review.

Seminar registrants take this course 6 to 12 months from their intended exam date with the understanding that significant, additional preparation will be needed prior to sitting for their examination. We are certain that you will find the provided information helpful to your preparation, enabling you to better succeed in the ASBOG Examinations.


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